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Old 07-02-2012, 01:10 PM   #1
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Hey guys and gals,

Has anyone used a glock35 for competitive shooting with a thumbrest installed? I have intentions of acquiring one and wanted first hand information from someone who is using it to know how it feels, like if it really assists in low recoil and stuff. Do let me know.

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Old 07-02-2012, 08:37 PM   #2
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Depends on what kind of comp? Action, bullseye, silhouette ....



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Hey guys and gals,

Has anyone used a glock35 for competitive shooting with a thumbrest installed? I have intentions of acquiring one and wanted first hand information from someone who is using it to know how it feels, like if it really assists in low recoil and stuff. Do let me know.

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I have talked with several people that use these and heard great things. I have also heard that they are only allowed in action pistol and not steel or USPSA. Just what I heard.
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Not allowed in IDPA

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Thanks guys. So, my friends are actually breaking the rules as they have an unfair advantage. Some have them on their tanfoglios and STI's, and i have to catch up with them in target drills and steel challenges. Life is just not fair......lol



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